According to Kathy Fuller-Seeley, “To Be or Not to Be,” a comedy that openly ridiculed Nazis at the beginning of America’s entrance into World War II, is the strangest movie that radio star Jack Benny starred in, but it was also his best.
Whether someone would enjoy “The Blue Room” or not depends on their predilection for French films. Those who are into mysteries may find something in this small film, but it is likely that casual moviegoers will be turned off by this heavily flawed art-house piece.
Christopher Nolan, the director of “Inception” and “The Dark Knight” trilogy is a vocal advocate for shooting movies on celluloid film, which has been the traditional method used to make movies since the creation of motion pictures.
After she arrives at the small house on Salina Street and signs into the book dubbed the “Intern Bible,” public relations junior Hillary Hurst is ready to begin her day as an intern for the Austin Film Festival.